Begins with two foundation years of structured study in all areas of business, complemented with courses in economics and mathematics. Students have the opportunity to earn a concentration in one of six functional areas. Third- and fourth-year studies consist of advanced courses in accounting, finance, marketing, human resources, operations and information systems management, and strategy and entrepreneurship.
Co-op students complete three paid work semesters and eight study semesters. Acceptance is limited. Students must maintain an average of 70% to remain in the co-op program.